Entries by Deane Zeeman

Lent 2 2017 ~ Changing from Tomb to Womb

March 12 2017 Readings: Genesis 12:1-41 – Romans 4:1-5, 13-17 – John 3:1-17 How we think about things, how we understand them, is important because it determines the way we respond.  If we think a situation is hopeless then we tend to climb aboard the ship of despair and sail down that river.  But that […]

Learn more about our First Nations neighbours

When you listen to the news about our First Nations neighbours, do you feel grief or powerless? Here’s an opportunity to learn more, a first step in any action: on Saturday March 25 at 1 pm, the Tay Valley Township Municipal Office, just west of Perth, will open an display of Algonquin artifacts. The artifacts […]

Worshipping Together – 2017 Vestry Report

HISTORY: 22 years ago, Rob and his Council made the decision to create three services to allow room for growth and differing worship styles. That was a good and faithful decision, suitable for its time. We live in a different time. Numbers no longer warrant two later services. This is an opportune time to try […]

8 a.m. Service Questionnaire Results

Feedback: 8 a.m.  Service Questionnaire – 2017 15 responses were received. The 8 a.m. congregation is also considering the future. Here are their responses. 1. What attracts you to this particular service? Time of the service: 13   Format of the liturgy: 9   Absence of music: 1   Community of people: 8   Other: […]

Worshiping Together Feedback

St. Paul’s is having a conversation about combining the 9:15 a.m. choir and organ-led service with the 11 a.m. Praise Team-led service. These are the responses obtained from the Sunday morning conversation and the questionnaires used by people to ensure their views are factored in. Feedback: Conversation on Combined Services January 29 2017 1. Which […]